Shredded

Shredded : Your Past Does Not Define You

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Jean has been called Blue Jean since childhood, but not because of her clothing. She wears nondescript colors and avoids people when she can. Her world is unhappy but predictable, until the new pastor and his handsome brother move into town. A chance encounter brings the town prostitute to church that Sunday, starting a chain reaction that will shake the church to its core. Will Jean embrace the truth that will set her free, or will fear keep her captive forever? Shredded was inspired by the Biblical story of the scandalous woman wiping Jesus' feet with her hair. If that story happened in a modern context on a larger scale, who would respond like the judgmental religious leader, who would respond like Jesus, and what would happen to the woman who'd been forgiven much? /Fiction-Overcoming Child Abuse /Fiction-Freedom from the Past /Fiction-Fighting Human Trafficking /Fiction-Christian Suspense /Fiction-Christian Romance /Fiction-Facing Fearsshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 375 pages
  • 133 x 203 x 18mm | 349g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1514701510
  • 9781514701515

About Kimberly Rae

Award-winning author of over 20 books, Kimberly Rae has been published over 300 times and has work in 5 languages. Rae lived in Bangladesh, Kosovo, Uganda, and Indonesia, before Addison's disease brought her permanently back to the U.S. She now lives at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains with her husband and two young children. Rae's suspense and romance novels on international human trafficking and missions (Stolen Woman, Stolen Child, and Stolen Future) are all Amazon bestsellers. Since the release of her trilogy on human trafficking, Rae has become a sought after speaker and trainer on the topic. Recognizing the lack of books about slavery and trafficking that focus on those who are making a difference rather than glorifying the evil or being overly graphic or despairing, she has also since created a series on modern day slavery for teens and pre-teens (Capturing Jasmina, Buying Samir, and Seeking Mother), and is currently working on a project for adults to help train children to recognize and avoid childhood sexual abuse (I AM SAFE), a major risk factor in childhood and adult exploitation. Printable handouts and other resources, as well as autographed books, are available on her website, www.kimberlyrae.com. "People out there care and want to make a difference," Rae says. "I love getting to help them do that."show more

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